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    look at the sky the first thing we wish to see are the stars, those amazing shinning objects everyone talks about, but not all see. Self-concept and perception work the same way. Through interpersonal communication we relate, communicate and evolve with other people physically and emotionally and it’s affected by one’s self-concept, perception and emotion. Self-concept is a term used to refer to how someone thinks about or perceives themselves. How we think about and evaluate ourselves and

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    impression formation and attribution theories and developed the theory of self-perception. Self-perception is defined as follows, “Self-perception theory relies on situational and dispositional attributions similar to attribution theory” (Frymier207). Bem created this theory to help understand one’s understanding their own behavior through the same attributions that a person uses to understand someone else’s behavior. Within self-perception theory, the person observes themselves in the same manner in which

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    Perception is a matter of interaction between the world and the self; the self is a person’s being that separates them from anyone else in the world. At its simplest, the world gives people events; in return people give those events meaning by interpreting and acting upon them. Perception, it is a mental impression meaning it is perceived by our five senses. It is an active process consisting of three processes; selection, organization, and interpretation. Also perception involves age, culture,

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    The reality of a person and their behaviour can reflect on the illusion from the way that they see themselves. This results in self perception. Reality is something that is real and has real characteristics, as illusion is likely to be wrongly perceived and interpreted. In result, self perception is the reflection of the own behaviour and the attitude of a person that seems to be more positive. How a person is perceived is often impressions and emotions that turn out to be more negative, that can

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    lead to a new understanding and renewed perception of ones self and their world. Shakespeare’s play “The Tempest”, demonstrates the arduous nature of self-discovery by exploring how it invokes careful planning and preparation. This ideology is mirrored in Jean-Paul Sartre’s novel ‘Nausea”, whereby the protagonist must endure adversity in order to reach self-growth. In contrast, James Marsh’s film, “The Theory of Everything” portrays a sudden and unexpected self-discovery where adversity follows. These

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    One’s family influences self-perception of beauty because of personal insecurities. Our self-perception of beauty are influenced by several different factors, but one important factor is the influence of family. In the online blog titled,”Body Image:Influence By Your Family” the author, Emily Rosen, informs the reader why family is a factor of influencing self-perception of beauty. This is evident in the article when Rosen states,”If weight has been a source of stress for us, we might assume the

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    In psychology, self Esteem is a word to mirror a person's general assessment or appraisal of own worth. Self Esteem encompasses beliefs and emotions such as triumph, despair, pride and shame. 'The self-concept is what people think about the self, Self Esteem, and the positive or negative evaluation of the self. An individual’s self-concept involves of the viewpoints one has about oneself, one’s self-perception, or, as (Hamlyn, 1983), expresses it, "the picture of oneself". Baumeister, Smart and Boden

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    Parent-Child Dynamics: Self-Perception Many adolescence face difficulties when entering into new group environments, such as school, social groups, extracurricular groups, etc. It has been discovered that the family environment has a great impact on the confidence of an adolescent, the family being the child’s first group. It is difficult to pinpoint one specific trigger causing low self-esteem within groups, as hereditary factors play an important role. It has been found that a discouraging family

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    Case Study 1 Self - perception Project 4 Case Study 2 1.Describe your perception of the situation: This situation has the potential to be awkward, but it is certainly salvageable. I think that mentioning Toya’s high level of responsibility and her ability to be a “self-starter” was a very good opening to this conversation about her first few weeks on the job. Making an interrogative statement about, “how Toya could improve her work” was a bit of a mistake in my opinion. It put Toya

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    From early infancy, we look to others as a primary source of information about the world. This dependence is so powerful that we often re-evaluate our judgements of self-efficacy, perceptions, as well as comprehension judgements when they contradict others’ judgements, in fear of rejection. The knowledge, evaluation and control of one’s thought processes are often referred to as “metacognition”. Metacognition primarily pertains to the processes whereby one estimates and reflect upon one’s awareness

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